I am in the final stages of developing a product that is based on a Supermicro server running Ubuntu. The product has a GUI that uses an axis2 framework and python scripts. I am now looking for some help with the following:
• Fixing some problems with the GUI and its interface to Ubuntu to enable the server’s IP addresses to be set from the GUI
• Adding to the functionality of the GUI to add additional features
• Help with setting up and tuning the server BIOS and Ubuntu OS
I believe that I am looking for someone with the following skills:
• Experienced Linux and ideally Ubuntu administrator
• Ability to code scripts for NIC configuration
• Ability to set ghost IP address for failsafe access to the appliance
• Experience with BIOS optimisation and set up in an appliance context
• Comfortable with BIOS performance optimisation
• Comfortable setting up BIOS (AMI BIOS) and Linux to suit a secure appliance product with no console, no BIOS access (pwd protected), no VGA etc
• Experience with boot and ubuntu launch time minimisation
• Familiarity with C/C++
Is that something that you think you could help with in the next few weeks? As a next step please let me know when you could be available for a short call to discuss this and what number to call you on. If you are unable to help do you know someone who may be able to help me with it?
Thanks & regards
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Please, look in portfolio
please, look in my upload document
I can not send this, they blocked this.
I am a Linux Administrator, I had a question:
if ubuntu running as a Server, please do not install a GUI.
That used a lot of performance, security risk and makes the system instable.
If you have a development server for testing, than it it fine.
I can do some changes, and can give you a training.Adrian B.29 Nov 2016
Xylostream Technology is using a web gui for our product runing a webserver on the Supermicro server. Product is XD4000 shown on our web site. We need some additional resource to cover off the work described in my original post. Perhaps the best way forward is to have a call to discuss the work. What number can you be contacted on?